First GSF-funded Community-Led Total Sanitation triggerings in Madagascar

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In June 2011, the first GSF-funded triggerings using the CLTS took place in the village of Antanandava, Madagascar, by the the non-governmental organization ASOS.

ASOS is an NGO which has expertise in the areas of health, hygiene, sanitation, construction and rural development. Its mission is to help build the capacity of the communities in order to maintain and promote health. In May, it was awarded a four-year GSF grant of $399,679.13 to carry out sanitation- and hygiene-related work in the district of Vavateninia.

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Date: 24 July 2011